13th Annual Meeting & Showcase

Venue: Tampa Convention Center

Location: Tampa, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 18, 2001 End Date/Time: Apr 21, 2001
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Description

About AMCP

The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) is a professional association of pharmacists and associates who serve patients and the public through the promotion of wellness and rational drug therapy by the application of managed care principles. The mission of AMCP is to serve as an organization through which the membership pursues its common goals; to provide leadership and support for its members; to represent its members before private and public agencies and health care professional organizations; and to advance pharmacy practice in managed health care systems.

The Academy’s national membership provides comprehensive coverage and services to over 170 million Americans served by managed care.


Contents

Travel and Accomodations 1

Tentative Schedule 1

Showcase Participant Info 2

Rules and Regulations 4

Application/ Contract 5






Why Should You
Participate?
What is the Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase?
AMCP introduced the Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase in 1998 to help you and post-graduate pharmacists foster new relationships and exchange valuable information about residency programs in managed care.

Who Should Participate?
AMCP welcomes all managed care post-graduate residency or fellowship programs to participate.

Who Will Be There?
AMCP conference attendees comprise pharmacy professionals that manage and evaluate therapies, develop and manage networks, and work with medical managers and information specialists to improve the care of all individuals enrolled in managed care programs. The fall Educational Conference, in particular, attracts the largest concentration of pharmacy students because it fits well within their school-year schedule.

When and Where Is It?
The Managed Care Pharmacy Residency Showcase will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2000, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the San Diego Marriott & Marina, and is open to all registered attendees of the AMCP 2000 Educational Conference.

What is the Cost?
There is no charge to participate. However, space fills up quickly so send in your application/contract soon to ensure your participation in this unique annual event. Please carefully review the Rules and Regulations found on page 4.



About Residency Program Accreditation

AMCP and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) entered a partnership in April 1999 to accredit residency programs in managed care pharmacy. As part of this joint effort, the boards of these two organizations jointly prepared standards for a one-year entry level residency program. The standards are titled “Accreditation Standard and Learning Objectives for Residency Training in Managed Care Pharmacy Practice.” This partnership draws upon the managed care expertise of AMCP’s membership and ASHP’s 30 years of experience in accrediting pharmacy residency programs. The purpose of the new standard is to establish criteria for the training and education of pharmacists in the fundamentals of exemplary contemporary pharmacy practice in managed care. If you would like to know more, a complete text of the accreditation standard and residency learning objectives are available on AMCP’s web site at www.amcp.org or ASHP’s web site at www.ashp.org.

Venue

333 S. Franklin Street, Tampa, Florida United States of America 33602
Tampa
Florida
United States
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Additional Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) is a professional association of pharmacists and associates who serve patients and the public through the promotion of wellness and rational drug therapy by the application of managed care principles. The mission of AMCP is to serve as an organization through which the membership pursues its common goals; to provide leadership and support for its members; to represent its members before private and public agencies and health care professional organizations; and to advance pharmacy practice in managed health care systems. The Academy now has more than 4,700 members nationally who are part of more than 600 health care organizations that provide comprehensive coverage to over 150 million Americans served by managed care.